Unmanned Aircraft Systems
The safe and secure integration of UAS, or drones, into the national airspace system and across critical infrastructure organizations is essential to maintain the security and resilience of our national critical functions.
A whole-of-government approach is required to incorporate cybersecurity and physical security into the policies and procedures that support secure drone operations, reliable threat discrimination through air domain awareness, and the effective mitigation of credible threats to national security and public safety.
CISA assists federal, private sector, and state, local, tribal, and territorial partners in managing cyber and physical risks posed by drones to our nation’s critical infrastructure.
This is achieved by maintaining effective public-private partnerships dedicated to sharing threat and vulnerability information, providing risk mitigation guidance, building security capacity at the local level, and coordinating federal capabilities to counter credible drone threats.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for critical infrastructure owners and operators.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems: Considerations for Law Enforcement Action
When law enforcement action is taken against UAS and their operators, SLTT law enforcement personnel need to be aware of several Federal statutes that that can affect their engagement, in addition to being familiar with the technical nature of UAS.
Discover critical infrastructure publications.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS): Addressing Critical Infrastructure Security Challenges
Unauthorized Drone Activity Over Sporting Venues
Responding to Drone Calls: Guidance for Emergency Communications Centers
For more information, please send an email to SUASsecurity@cisa.dhs.gov.
In case of an emergency, or to report suspicious activity or events, call 9-1-1 or contact local law enforcement.